Sun Sentinel
Arizona Cardinals
Position
TE
 
Jersey
87
Name  Jeff King
Born  2/19/1983
Height  6-3
Weight  260
College  Virginia Tech
9/2/2010 10:07:00 AM
Description: Panthers TE Jeff King is reportedly "the lead dog in this pack" when it comes to the team's tight end position. SOURCE: CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
Insight: Dante Rosario and Gary Barnidge are both better pass-catchers, but King has clearly outplayed them. Those looking for tight end help will NOT want to look King's way.
 
9/2/2010 10:03:00 AM
Description: The Charlotte Observer reports King has been "clearly the lead dog in this pack" when it comes to the tight end position for the Panthers.
Insight: Dante Rosario and Gary Barnidge are also in the mix, but King has outplayed them to this point. No Carolina tight end is fantasy-worthy right now. (RapidDraft.com)
 
9/2/2010 10:03:00 AM
Description: The Charlotte Observer reports King has been "clearly the lead dog in this pack" when it comes to the tight end position for the Panthers.
Insight: Dante Rosario and Gary Barnidge are also in the mix, but King has outplayed them to this point. No Carolina tight end is fantasy-worthy right now. (RapidDraft.com)
 
11/5/2009 10:21:00 AM
Description: According to the Rock Hill Herald, King may be asked to play FB this week with Brad Hoover (right ankle) and Tony Fiammetta (concussion) both likely to be out.
Insight: King is an excellent blocker, so there shouldn't be much if any drop-off in the production of the Panthers' running game if he has to take over as lead blocker for DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. (SportsBuff.com)
 
4/6/2009 7:09:00 PM
Description: King had 21 receptions for 195 yards and a touchdown last season for the Panthers.
Insight: With Dante Rosario in the mix, King saw a decrease in his production in 2008 and little fantasy value. Expect much of the same in 2009. (SportsBuff.com)
 
3/20/2009 12:32:00 AM
Description: PantherInsider.com reports that King has signed his restricted free-agent tender. Carolina tendered him at a level that would return a second-round pick if any other team signed King.
Insight: King's career highs of 46 catches, 406 yards and two touchdowns all came in 2007. Those are not the kind of numbers for which teams give up second-round draft picks. He'll be a Panther and should be ignored in most fantasy leagues. (SportsBuff.com)